Opposition political parties have been urged to come together with the President elect, Emerson Mnangagwa and have a meeting to discuss on issues to re build the nation for the better future for all
Zimbabwe President elect Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa has said violence has no place in the Zimbabwean society following the deaths of six civilians after the military fired live ammunition to quell the protesters describing the incident as regrettable.
Political opposition activists have registered their concern over the election results climate as it stands right now with ZANU PF promising to might take more that 2/3 seats in parliament
Our sources inside the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) have conveyed authentic information to 263Chat alerting us that the impatiently awaited Presidential Election Poll results will be announced by the election governing body at lunchtime today.
The race for the presidential seat has now been narrowed between
The ruling Zanu PF has taken an early lead in the National Assembly seats after the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission announced results from 152 constituencies from the July 30 polls.
From the 152 constituencies announced by Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), Zanu PF has already bagged 110 seats
Zimbabwe's 2018 election vote counting has reached its primacy with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission releasing National House of Assembly results in batches since yesterday. As the nation impatiently awaits the major Presidential results, we decided to extract a few interesting social media reactions from Twitter
263Chat will be giving you official results of all the 210 constituencies as announced by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.
Marondera West MP- Zanu PF 7,619 MDC Alliance 5,400
Chiredzi East- Zanu PF 11052, MDC Alliance 3889
Wedza South- Zanu PF 9525, MDC Alliance 2101
Zimbabwe risks descending into violence following the 2018 elections unless urgent preventive measures are put into place, a local human rights group has warned.
In a Pre-election Briefing released just a few days before elections ,the National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) has warned that the
The head of Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) elections observer mission to Zimbabwe’s 30 July harmonized elections, ambassador Ashraf Gamal Rashed has remained evasive on the election pre-assessment fact finding mission saying their observations are already in the public domain.